Conservative Bloggers Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts

Bloggers Who Support Judge Roberts -- Even If He Is Gay Like Some Leftists Say.

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Hearings Begin; WSJ Still Is King

We have said it before, but it bears repeating. James Taranto (pictured at right), WSJ Best of the Web Blogger (as if mere "blogger" does him justice), is too cool for words. For those of you visiting from that link again, we welcome you.

Meanwhile, the Conservative Bloggers Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts continue to support Judge Roberts, straight or gay, as the posturing and self congratulatory speeches, we mean hearings, begin.

After reviewing the summaries of the excerpts of the hearings, we have a few thoughts.

For example, we are impressed that despite his boyish good looks, charm, rapid rise to power, and otherwise great in every way, Judge Roberts seeks to remain humble on the Court. No rob-itis for this Chief Justice.

Being humble doesn't mean Judge Roberts won't be one tough buttox kicking bee-atch if a mere associate justice should push the wrong buttons. Just check out this "don't make me stop this car" look for when Ginsberg complains about not getting to write the official court opinion in a 9-0 statutory construction case (below).


During his opening statement, Judge Roberts played it by the book, noting:
Judges must have the "humility to recognize that they operate within a system of precedent ... the modesty to be open in the decisional process to the considered views of their colleagues on the bench," he added.

He then pointed out that there was nothing wrong with a sense of style, and the old fashioned drab black robes might be a thing of the past.

Judge Roberts also showed his true class and sense of patriotism by making two baseball analogies during his speech. For you leftists, baseball is the game of red blooded Americans. If you were looking for a soccer reference, wait until a Marxist, thug or child is nominated for Surpeme Court justice.

Two Democrats showed their class as well, making Katrina references during their opening statements. Nothing like grandstanding red herrings.

There also seemed to be a debate during statements about whether Judge Roberts should answer all of the questions posed to him. Apparently, Seantor Kennedy was debating himself.

These hearings should go quickly and smoothly. I suspect by the end of the week that Judge Roberts will playing that funky music and popping the cap on his Zima.

Cross posted at No Government Cheese.

9 Comments:

  • At 6:30 AM, Blogger Pile On® said…

    Can you love the law, Judge Roberts and the American people?

    Can any group of bloggers have that much love?

     
  • At 9:48 AM, Blogger Cassandra said…

    Our boy just can't buy the love these days. If his outrageously gay rugrats aren't being accused of murdering Chief Justice Rehnquist by the Progressyve Left (they were just trying to help Daddy's job prospects along...) he's being mocked for his way hetero male pattern baldness by Wonkette.

    Ppppppth. The half-vast editorial staff still thinks he's dishy.

     
  • At 10:53 AM, Blogger cali said…

    I just hope the Dem senators have picked up on the fact that they'll have to couch their questions about his judicial philosophy using sports metaphors. I'd like to know what this 'umpire's' strike zone is going to be with regard to my reproductive rights.

     
  • At 10:59 AM, Blogger USMale said…

    Thanks for the laffs, dears. I have been walking around for the last few weeks, since (according to the former Chief Rabbi of Israel) God decided to off New Orleans because George Bush supported the Gaza pullout and Blacks don't study the Torah --I'm not kidding-- walking around trying to hold down my food and mumbling "Bullshit! Bullshit!" under my breath all the time. You made me laugh. Thanks for that. PS I'm a longtime homo and I think your site is funny. If any of my queer sisters get huffy and offended on you, (don't) screw 'em.

    Offended. What's with all the endless "offended" shit nowadays? "I'm deeply offended". So the F what? I have gas and a migraine. JC! Grow a dick and get over it.

    See what I mean? I needed a laff.

     
  • At 7:18 PM, Blogger tee bee said…

    I thought the hurricane was Roberts' fault. I didn't hear about the Torah thing. Better get my yamulka out.

    So, US, what do you think of Judge Roberts? Or are you just here for the fondue and Zima?

     
  • At 11:19 PM, Blogger USMale said…

    If the Democratic part is agin' 'im, that sounds like a pretty good endorsement to me.
    He seems to hold the odd idea that there are three separate branches of government and
    that the role of judge is to decided cases based on the rule of law. It's so quirky that
    I like it. Fondue? Jane? And who is Zima? Some Lesbian heroine?

     
  • At 6:30 AM, Blogger Pile On® said…

    Yesterday Chucky Schumer exposed a huge problem for Judge Roberts, in a memo he once used the phrase "illegal Amigos".

    This is so racially insensitive and lacking in the proper respect for civil rights, everyone knows that the proper term is undocumented Amigos.

     
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